IEA (International Energy Agency), one of world’s top energy body, has come under fire from leading investors and scientists who say that its energy forecasts are not in line with the latest climate science, and could contribute to higher levels of carbon dioxide emissions.

In a letter to the International Energy Agency seen by the Financial Times, more than 50 organizations including CDP have asked the IEA to develop a new model with lower emissions that would line up with 1.5C of warming; a new model of World Energy Outlook that would be in line with Paris Agreement, which is also the central reference scenario of IEA.


To read the letter written to IEA please click here

To read Dr. Fatih Birol's response letter, Executive Director of IEA, please click here

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